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Not the greatest of Tolstoy's novels, and, indeed, it was written towards the end of his life when he was much older, but still retains that flavour of genius and narrative guile... Read morePublished 16 days ago by dizzy dave
Enthralling ,but what else would one expect from the Master of Literature.
There are quite a lot of typos and weird words , (ie set-tling to mention only one) Surely... Read more
I enjoy the classics. They never stop intriguing readers with their content. I enjoy reading it very much.
Recommend to anyone who enjoys reading.
This is a generally under-rated novel by Tolstoy but is as fascinating as his other two greats. This particular edition is introduced by a must-read essay by a Tolstoy specialist.Published on 19 Jan. 2013 by alisa barstow
This is the story of a young wealthy man called Nekhlyudov, who takes advantage of a nineteen year old servant girl (be careful of the accusations of `rape' made in other reviews,... Read morePublished on 22 July 2010 by H. Tee
Once again, Tolstoy takes on the grand themes in life and this time round he takes on two of them: redemption and justice. Read morePublished on 23 Feb. 2010 by A. Harsono
I had difficultines reaching Tolstoy's work becuse `Rosemary Edmonds's fine translation' got in the way. (Either that, or Tolstoy set about wrecking his reputation with this book). Read morePublished on 28 Nov. 2009 by Mrs. RM KLEPPMANN
Leo Tolstoy, the arch novelist of his century, remains the superb story-teller as before. Alas, his style now belongs to the museum of fiction, where lengthy, precise and... Read morePublished on 17 Oct. 2009 by E. Darzi
A superb vision of life in 19th-century Russia, it exposes the hypocrisies of state, property and law in an unrivalled manner. Brilliantly written.Published on 26 Mar. 2008 by William Podmore